Freshness Date - 10:41 EST,March 2, 2006

Chapters of Boundary, due March 2006
 
Chapter 1
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Chapter 2
Aug 12, 2005
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Chapter 3
Aug 17, 2005
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Chapter 4
Aug 24, 2005
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Chapter 5
Aug 29, 2005
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Chapter 6
Sep 7, 2005
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Chapter 7
Sep 7, 2005
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Chapter 8
Sep 12, 2005
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Chapter 9
Sep 16, 2005
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Chapter 10
Sep 23, 2005
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Chapter 11
Oct 1, 2005
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Chapter 12
Oct 3, 2005
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Chapter 13
Oct 5, 2005
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Chapter 14
Oct 14, 2005
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Chapter 15
Oct 19, 2005
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Chapter 16
Oct 26, 2005
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Chapter 17
Nov 2, 2005
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Chapter 18
Nov 2, 2005
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Chapter 19
Nov 14, 2005
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Chapter 20
Nov 18, 2005
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Chapter 21
Nov 28, 2005
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Chapter 22
Dec 2, 2005
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Chapter 23
Dec 10, 2005
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Chapter 24
Dec 17, 2005
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Chapter 25
Dec 19, 2005
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Chapter 26
Dec 19, 2005
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Chapter 27
Dec 26, 2005
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Chapter 28
Jan 2, 2006
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Chapter 29
Jan 2, 2006
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Chapter 30
Jan 7, 2006
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Chapter 31
Jan 13, 2006
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Chapter 32
Jan 16, 2006
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Chapter 33
Jan 20, 2006
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Chapter 34
Jan 25, 2006
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Chapter 35
Jan 31, 2006
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Chapter 36
Feb 10, 2006
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Chapter 37
Feb 10, 2006
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Chapter 38
Feb 16, 2006
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Chapter 39
Feb 25, 2006
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Chapter 40
Feb 25, 2006
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Chapter 41
Mar 2, 2006
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      What is a paleontologist doing on Mars? Pushing her boundaries…

      Problematica, n: a term used in paleontology to refer to fossils that appear to be either of unknown taxonomic origin, or whose occurrence in the location they are found contradicts current beliefs of the field.

      The find was made by a teenager. A "funny fossil" no one had seen before out in the middle of the Arizona desert. And right in the middle of controversy: the strangely shaped fossil could help explain one of the greatest mysteries of Earth's past, the great die-off at the KT boundary. It warranted a big dig, one that could lead to the mother lode, and professional immortality. But what Dr. Helen Sutter didn't realize was that it would take her all the way to Mars…

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